Alexander Miles (May 18, 1838–May 7, 1918) was an African-American inventor
who was best known for being awarded a patent for an automatically opening ...
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Alexander Miles Patented improvements/innovations to the elevator with a
system for automatically opening and closing doors, saving lives in the process.
Alexander Miles died because of a fever and was poisned in Babylon.
Feb 25, 2012 ... Alexander Miles was an African-American inventor who was best known for
being awarded a patent for an automatically opening and closing ...
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Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. ... High School for four years: he
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She had one older sister, Louvenia and brothers Alexander, James, Solomon
and Owen, Jr. Her parents had been slaves on Robert W. Burney's Madison